Military Parents in New Jersey 101: Rights and Responsibilities
When one or both parents are in the service of the U.S. military, child custody arrangements and parenting plans require special flexibility. Deployments can be unpredictable and sometimes involve short notice. Even in times of peace, military servicemembers are frequently reassigned to different bases around the U.S., and across the globe, requiring them to move on short notice.
No parent should have to worry that serving the country carries a risk of losing custody or parenting time. Concerned about how your military service will affect your ability to gain custody of your kids? For answers, check out our latest presentation on the rights and responsibilities of military parents in New Jersey, featuring need-to-know information about how state and federal laws and branch policies affect child custody, visitation and support for military families.
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